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"She's not an entrepreneur but was interested in meeting someone goal-oriented and thought an entrepreneur would be an interesting match," Kelly says.
"She is amazingly supportive and quite patient with my son's demanding work schedule, I guess she knew what she was getting herself into." While some business owners are banking on the business of love, others are connecting with like-minded single entrepreneurs through social networks.
For this episode, Ashley and Kaitlyn want to know why people spend time applying to these services, and why these apps were created.
The long hours, obsession with work and unpredictable lifestyle are all factors that can interfere with a single date, not to mention the delicate process of building a relationship.
David, a 32-year-old entrepreneur who owns an alarm company, was having trouble finding time in his hectic schedule to get back into the dating scene.
So Kelly did what most moms would do: find a way to help.
Then Kaitlyn talks to her friend Paul about his Raya rejection and eventual success on The League.
Finally, the two of them come back together to interview The League’s founder and CEO Amanda Bradford about why she made the app and why she thinks it’s essential. I had just graduated business school and was out of a five and a half year relationship.